Updated: Nov 16, 2020
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Beloved Family in Christ,
With the craziness of a global pandemic, many parishioners have asked for an opportunity to get to know Mother Cheryl a little more. Now is your chance! Watch this video to learn about her personal theology, her path to the priesthood and what she enjoys. Thank you to everyone who has filled out our survey! We've been thrilled with the response so far but we still want to hear from more of you. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts about re-opening Trinity, our virtual activities & events, and our communication. Take the survey now.
A quick reminder that this Sunday, September 6th, Trinity's usual live streamed service will be replaced with a pre-recorded service with Bishop Poulson presiding. You may still view it on Facebook, but it won't pop up in the corner the way our live streamed ones do. You'll have to look for it in on Trinity's Facebook wall at 10:00am. You may need to refresh your feed if it's not popping up for you. The video will also become available on YouTube at 10:00am (don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel!). The Prayers of the People and the bulletin are available here. If you have trouble, text Hannah at 918-899-8800 and she'll be happy to walk you through locating the video on Sunday morning. Even though this Sunday's service will be pre-recorded in OKC, we will still have virtual coffee hour. Stop in and chat with friends and meet new folks. We know zoom isn't the best substitute for in-person chats over coffee, but we love seeing your faces. We miss all our Sunday morning visits and hope you will consider joining us! Use this link to join the conversation. We are hearing that some folks may not be receiving this enewsletter any longer. It appears there has been a change in the way many email providers sort subscribed emails such as this one, causing the problem. If you hear of people who are having this trouble, please suggest they check their spam and junk mail folders. Additionally, adding the email "Communication@TrinityTulsa.org" to their contacts often alleviates the issue. If those steps do not help, please encourage them to contact Hannah Middlebrook who can look into the matter for them. For those who prefer not to get another email but still want to be in the know, the enewsletter is archived on our website here. Remember, the building may be closed, but the Church is open! The Clergy & Staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +